After its cancellation last year due to COVID, the St Barth Gourmet Festival wants to come back on November 2021 with more chefs, more places and more audiences.
The event will be held between November 10 and 14, 2021 and will be the first POST COVID event!
To highlight the French Touch, menus will be offered for lunch and dinner allowing as many people as possible to discover these culinary proposals.
Do not wait any longer and plan now your holidays in St Barth to come and delight your palate ...
In 2020, we have transported nearly 25 000 passengers and operated aproximately 5 800 flights. This shows a decrease compared to 2019, which marks the impact of the COVID crisis.
The organizers have officially announced the cancellation of the 2021 Bucket Regatta given the difficult situation about COVID-19.
The next appointment is therefore set for March 17 to 20, 2022 for the 36th edition!
As Thanksgiving approaches, hotels and restaurants are reopening. This is the case of Carl Gustaf, belonging to the Barrière group, which opened in mid-October with its beach restaurant Le Shellona, followed by the Eden Rock hotel, Cheval Blanc-Isle de France and Le Barthélemy.
Villa Marie has scheduled a reopening for November 20, and Le Sereno on December 17.
While respecting the Covid-19 health restrictions, we are ready to welcome you in the best conditions so that you can enjoy a pleasant stay on our small island.
We are happy to announce the upcoming arrival of our 2020/2021 in-flight magazine, The Commuter! A lot of new topics to discover!
Naïma DESSOUT succeeds Layla BERRY to represent our islands at the Miss
France competition in December 2020.
The 7th annual Saint Barth Gourmet Festival takes place from November 11 to 15, 2020. This year, the ambassador is Chef Pierre Gagnaire (3-stars Chef in the Michelin Guide).
He will be surrounded by 6 other Chefs who will shine French gastronomy in several hotels and restaurants of the island.
More details on: saintbarthgourmetfestival.com
Cancelled event due to COVID
For this special 2019/2020 high season which was hit by COVID-19 health crisis,
our route from/to Guadeloupe, Pointe-à-Pitre has experienced a high attendance
on both scheduled and charter flights services.
In 2019, we have transported nearly 45,000 passengers and operated aproximately 7,000 flights. This shows a slight increase compared to 2018.